I love all the people who have really stuck by my side no matter what and for that each moment I am very thankful to have each of you in my life, you are my family.
Some of you I haven’t met in person and you have still been there for me when I needed a sounding board.
Some of you I have known practically my whole life and others for a short while.
No matter where you are in the world, near or far, you are in my heart, thoughts and prayers each moment of every day.
You are the ones who give me strength to be who I am no matter what the obstacles.
You are the ones who stand beside me and hold my hand when times get rough.
You are the ones that against all odds will be there for me as steady as a rock.
Some of you will lose contact with me yet even then you will still be in my heart like family.
Some of you will reconnect with me after years apart and a piece of my heart will heal.
Some of you will be lost forever and for that, my heart grieves for you and the loss with each moment that passes you will be missed.
This is the time of year when I verbally say “Thank You Friends, for being my Family.”
To those who have strayed from our bond
Know the door is always open,
The phone line is always clear,
Social media is accessible.
You are never out of my heart, thoughts and well wishes.
Always remember, you are loved for who you are not by the actions you take.
You are family, no matter what drifts people apart, family is forever.
❤ Many blessings to be shared with those near and far, from the depths of my heart “I Thank You”. ❤
I am preparing for a solo 10 hour road trip with my 18 month old son. Yup, you read the correctly. Just me and a toddler for 10 hours in a car.
Here is what I have done so far:
- pouches for fruits/veggies
- PBJ sandwiches
I know I have to be missing something… Any suggestions for me so I keep up my sanity? HAHA
I will blog as we take our journey which starts on Wednesday morning bright and early.
On July 6th & 7th the Patriots will make a mark in their history books by offering an exchange for #81 Aaron Hernandez jerseys. There are a few rules for exchanging a jersey. The Patriots are encouraging parents to come down and exchange the jerseys for another team member because they understand how children like to wear the jersey of their favorite team and some parents wont want their child sporting a Hernandez jersey in light of all the charges brought against him.
Jersey Exchange Rules:
- The jersey must have been purchased from the Pro Shop or from the Pro Shop online.
- NFL Official Jerseys from the Pro Shop are NIKE or REEBOK only (no receipt of purchase required)
- Only 1 Hernandez jersey per person may be exchanged.
- The exchange must happen in person at Gillette Stadium at the Patriots Pro Shop ONLY during normal business hours.
- You may exchange the Hernandez jersey for any other patriots player of equal or lesser value.
- Only valid for in stock Jersey’s ONLY – No special orders/requests allowed.
- “The Patriots ProShop reserves the right to make all determinations regarding program validity. All determinations are final.”
Hours of Operation:
Sat July 6, 2013 – 10:00am to 9:00pm
Sunday, July 7, 2013 – 10:00am to 7:00pm
MY OPINION OF THE EXCHANGE:
This is an excellent idea. I feel bad for the parents who may have come to New England to see a game yet can’t get back to exchange the #81 Hernandez jersey they may have bought while at a game or in the area. I think it benefits local fans more than the broad spectrum but over all this offer goes over the top with compassion and understanding for their fans. I think it is a marvelous thing they are doing by allowing people to pick another team member’s jersey in place of Aaron Hernandez. This could be seen like a chance to “pick your new favorite player”.
What I would like to know after all the #81 Hernandez jerseys are collected is “Who’s jersey got picked the most to replace Hernandez?”
The Amber Alert issued last night for Jonathan Moore, Jr. was cancelled about an hour after it was issued when the boy was found safe at a relatives home. He was taken to Mass General Hospital to be evaluated, he looked to be in good spirits. The suspect, his father, severely injured someone in the home where the boy was abducted. Jonathan Moore, Sr. is still at large and considered armed and dangerous. Mr. Moore is said to in a Red 1997 Toyota Camry, Massachusetts tag- 634-RH4 and traveling with 25-year-old Ashley Smith. If you see this vehicle please call the Police and do not approach the vehicle or the occupants on your own.
UPDATE: ALERT CANCELLED
AMBER ALERT FOR 13 YEAR OLD BOY
It is believed that the boy was abducted by his father at gunpoint. It is also believed that there are 2 men and one woman in the car.
Police said the man could be headed towards the Cambridge or Malden area. Police are asking anyone who sees a vehicle matching this description to call 911.
“Please do not approach” the suspect, police said in a statement.
If you have information, call the Boston Police Department: 617-343-5449